Freedom Caucus Defies GOP Leaders, Introduces Term Limit Bill!

04/26/2018 10:24
by Joe Otto   President Trump ran on a promise to impose term limits on Congress. Right after the inauguration, Ted Cruz introduced a Constitutional amendment to limit how long someone can serve in Congress. The Republican and Democrat establishments have been able to block Cruz's resolution from coming to the floor because it was introduced as a Constitutional amendment.  Now, a Congressman from Florida thinks he's found a work-around... Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL) just introduced the Thomas Jefferson Public Service Act of 2018. What makes this bill different is that it could impose term limits without needing to amend the Constitution (which is...

VeChain: One “Sleeping Beauty” Cryptocurrency to Watch

04/25/2018 11:30
by Chris Campbell   A couple weeks back, I promised to share some potential “sleeping beauty” cryptocurrencies. First, as you probably know, the cryptocurrency market on the whole is getting slammed.  Bitcoin is back to what it was about three months ago (for perspective). And certain countries are throwing around the “b” world — no, not bubble… ban.  It’s not quite yet the “Nuclear Winter” Perry Marshall and James Altucher predicted, but if it keeps on this trajectory, it could be. And all the “vaporware” scams (which Altucher estimates about 95% of the market) will be wiped out.  Meaning, the companies with a legitimate innovations,...

EPA’s Fuel Economy Change Will Expand Freedom and Save Lives

04/24/2018 10:46
H. Sterling Burnett On April 2, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt announced the EPA will revoke Obama-era standards that mandate auto manufacturers achieve a fleet average of at least 50 miles per gallon on cars and light duty trucks sold in the United States by 2025.  Unlike most of the actions made by previous EPA administrators, Pruitt’s move will save countless lives and uphold consumer freedom. EPA approved the current emissions standards in December 2016, just days before President Barack Obama left office and two years ahead of schedule. Under Obama’s direction, EPA arbitrarily decided fuel-economy standards...
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Political Prisoners in the United States

Martin Gottesfeld is a human rights activist facing up to 15 years in federal prison under the CFAA for helping save Justina Pelletier.

Martin Gottesfeld is a computer engineer and tireless champion for children whose wrongful imprisonment has been documented by Michelle Malkin, Rolling Stone, and numerous others.

In 2014, Marty, as his friends and family call him, defended the life of then-15-year-old Justina Pelletier as well as the rights of her parents. The Pelletiers had brought Justina to Harvard-affiliated Boston Children's Hospital (BCH) with a referral to see a specialist who had treated her before at nearby Tufts Medical Center. However, when Justina arrived she was instead seen by a different set of less experienced doctors who incorrectly challenged her existing physical diagnosis in favor of a mental one. They wanted to stop her pain and heart medications, amongst others. 

When her parents refused and tried to discharge Justina to her return to her previous doctors, BCH called Child Protective Services (CPS) and told them the Pelletiers were guilty of "medical child abuse" for treating Justina for her physical condition and refusing to consent to exclusively psychiatric care. 

CPS sided with BCH and took custody. A short time later, against her and her family's wishes, Justina's medications were stopped and BCH locked her in its now-notorious Bader 5 psych ward.